British MP steps down from committee for fat joke he made THIRTEEN years ago

Jared O’Mara made a crass comments when he was a young lad and is now being skewered by the same political correctness and feminism his OWN PARTY promotes

A BRITISH MP has stepped down from the House of Commons WOMEN AND EQUALITIES committee because he called a fat person fat and other politically incorrect statements THIRTEEN years ago.

In posts Jared O’Mara MP, 36, made in 2004, he wrote that Michelle McManus only won TV show Pop Idol “because she was fat”, which was probably true.

Michelle McManus won Pop Idol, and yes, she was fat, and has remained popular in Scotland since the show, as a TV presenter, actress and singer.

Hilariously, he also said it would be funny if Jamie Cullum died of being arse-fucked by his own piano.

Ages ago, he wrote: “It would be no great loss to the music world if he was sodomised with his own piano and subsequently died of a sore arse. In fact, it would be quite funny.”

He has apparently made “sexist” remarks about wanting to have an orgy with members of Girls Aloud.

Apparently, this is a sackable offence. Come on, every straight man is agreeing with him.

Girls Aloud, who O’Mara wanted to have an orgy with. Fair play!

The MP is also understood to have made homophobic remarks where he slags off gay people two years ago. Silly comments, but nothing groundbreaking and just rather boring.

A full report of his crimes against humanity can be viewed on Guido Fawkes.

O’Mara has now stepped down from the Women and Equalities Committee for his comments.

It’s sort of funny to see a left-wing politician be skewered publicly for breaking their own code of political correctness. The right-wingers will crucify him, using the left’s own tactics.

Especially, a member of the Women and Equalities Committee, whose purpose is to stand up for the “marginalised” minorities of the UK.

The MP has climbed down from his funny old posts and made an embarrassing apology, saying “I understand why they are offensive and sincerely apologise for use of such unacceptable language. I made the comments as a young man, at a particularly difficult time in my life, but that is no excuse.”

The humiliated MP then goes onto say the usual platitudes about how “misogyny is a deep problem in our society”, and that he will “engage” and “learn from” feminism.

What a spineless man.

If he had any dignity, he’d have railed against the media for highlighting stupid jokes he made in his early twenties and attacked PC culture.

There is no way he will be sorry, how can anyone genuinely feel sorry for jokes they made fucking years before, which clearly have no effect on anyone whatsoever, in the sense that they’d be hurt by it.

O’Mara’s embarrassing climb down.

It’s probably this very witch-hunt for anything resembling “misogyny” in the eyes of feminists that caused him to be publicly flogged.

Yet, here he is defending them, and saying he will work with them, when he should be charging into the fray and defending his honour and integrity.

Political correctness and the feminist-led inquisition against “misogyny” is something politicians, public figures and all people need to stand up against.

Lest, they will take everything, every joke, one by one, and ruin it, like they have ruined their own sad, cat-driven, lonely existence.

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Written by John Woods

John Woods

John Woods is the Europe Editor of Proud Boys Magazine, covering the craziness of political correctness, radical Islam and more. Follow him on Twitter @juanwoods11.

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